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Eight Is Never Enough Improv Comedy
18+, 2 DRINK MINIMUM
Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 7:00PM

Broadway Comedy Club
318 West 53rd Street
8th and 9th
New York, NY 10019
TIMES SQUARE
Near All Columbus Circle and Times Square Trains & Busses. Parking on street and lots nearby

Please arrive 30-minutes prior to show times. There is a 1-drink minimum per guest

NO TWO SHOWS ARE EVER THE SAME as cast of EIGHT IS NEVER ENOUGH takes stage to deliver hilarious interactive musical comedy improvised on the spot based on your suggestions and participation.

$25 GENERAL ADMISSION requires 1-beverage purchase. First Come First Serve Seating

$50 VIP SEATS includes the first round form the bar plus the best seats in the house reserved. You and your guests will be stage side and enjoy preferred status for getting on stage with the pros.

3pm Matinees are fun for all ages!

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Hosted by Walt Frasier - Actor/Comic Walt Frasier made his TV debut in sketch comedy, appearing in multiple episodes of Late Nite with David Letterman (As Tiger Woods / Lance Armstrong , Horse Jockey, Heckler and more), MTV2's STANKERVISION with Yukko the Clown, most recently on TruTV's Friends of the People, appearing in a scene with “Lil Rel” Howery (UBER PARODY SKETCH). Frasier's TV career also includes filming a scene for "Royal Pains" (Choking Victim Saved by Dr. Hank) in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Lilyhammer (American Comic at Stevie Van Zandt's Club Flamingo) in Oslo, Norway and numerous NYC sound stages for Dr OZ and other commercials. In the past 25 years Frasier has appeared on stages, colleges and events all over America, a few in Canada, and a brief opera thing in Italy in the 90s, but we don't talk about that anymore. In 2009 The Comedy Hall of Fame named Walt Frasier the Director of Instruction.